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View Poll Results: Which of the following statements do you agree with?
China is cooler than US in spring. 0 0%
China is warmer than US in spring. 2 50.00%
US is warmer than China in autumn. 2 50.00%
US is cooler than China in autumn. 1 25.00%
There's no difference between China and US in both spring and autumn. 1 25.00%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 4. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 08-13-2019, 05:22 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Zerence24 View Post
Let's compare Beijing and NYC, they have the same latitude(around 40N).

Beijing: MIN/MAX
Spring: Autumn:
March: 33/53 September: 59/78
April: 46/69 October: 46/66
May: 57/79 November: 32/50

NYC:
March: 35/50 September: 61/75
April: 45/61 October: 50/64
May: 54/71 November: 42/54

Although March is very similar for both cities, Beijing starts to warm up very fast in April, and Beijing is much warmer than New York in May(both max and min).
Although Beijing is slightly warmer than NYC in September (because Beijing is slightly hotter than NYC in summer), Beijing starts to cool down very fast in October, and Beijing is 10F lower than NYC in November (MIN). Let's look at October, Beijing's max 66 is still slightly higher than NYC 64. However, Beijing's max 50 is lower than NYC 54 in November. Therefore, Beijing warms up faster than NYC and also cools down faster than NYC.
Philadelphia and Beijing are more comparable though because they are closer in latitude and are more inland,
NYC is on the coast. Like I wrote in my post I think China weather is better in spring and fall due to most or many autumns in the US whether its NYC, PHILLY, The South, will get pretty chilly to cold in autumn, might as well not drag these seasons on. Let spring be a more warming one.
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Old 08-13-2019, 05:46 PM
 
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Philadelphia and Beijing are more comparable though because they are closer in latitude and are more inland,
NYC is on the coast. Like I wrote in my post I think China weather is better in spring and fall due to most or many autumns in the US whether its NYC, PHILLY, The South, will get pretty chilly to cold in autumn, might as well not drag these seasons on. Let spring be a more warming one.
Philadelphia is warmer than Beijing in autumn and cooler than Beijing in spring, just not too much compare to NYC. Also, Beijing(MAX: 50) is much cooler than Philadelphia (MAX:56) in November, and NYC(MAX: 54) is just slightly warmer than Beijing in November.
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